Amy Robach and spouse Andrew Shue unobtrusively sold their New York City home presently before her relationship with co-anchor T.J. Holmes became public.
Property records show that the GMA3 anchor and her entertainer spouse recorded their loft in Manhattan’s West Town area in September 2022 and the property went into contract on November 18. After fourteen days, It was uncovered that Robach has been involved with her co-anchor.
Robach and Shue bought the 3-room property in 2018 for about $4 million and recorded it for simply more than $5 million, records demonstrate.
The last deal cost has not yet been affirmed. The posting organization didn’t quickly answer to Individuals’ solicitation for input. Robach and Holmes’ sentiment was openly uncovered on Wednesday when photographs surfaced of them clasping hands in a vehicle during an excursion in upstate New York and cozying up at a bar.
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The two of them shut down their Instagram accounts hours after the fact. The pair didn’t start dating until after they isolated from their separate companions, a source told Individuals on Thursday. Robach, 49, is hitched to Shue, 55, while Holmes, 45, is hitched to lawyer Marilee Fiebig. The two couples were hitched in 2010.
“This was two consenting grown-ups who were each isolated. The two of them said a final farewell to their companions in August not long after one another,” the insider adds.
“The relationship didn’t begin until after that.” The co-secures kept it rigorously proficient as they got back to set a day in the wake of starting chat about their off-screen relationship.
They offered no remark about their own lives during the hour they co-moored GMA3 on Thursday evening.